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    A Case Study for Building Advanced Windows Phone Applications – Code Samples

    Language:
    English
    This sample illustrates the steps towards building an application for Windows Phone, interacting with backend services hosted in Windows Azure.
    • Version:

      2.0

      File Name:

      CaseStudyforBuildingAdvancedWindowsPhoneApplications.Source.Exe

      Date Published:

      2/10/2012

      File Size:

      2.3 MB

        This sample illustrates the steps towards building an application for Windows Phone, interacting with backend services hosted in Windows Azure. To check for software prerequisites needed to run the samples, run CheckDependencies.cmd in the sample folder once all content is extracted to your local file system. This batch file launches a dependency checking tool that reports any components that are missing in your system, and it provides links if needed for obtaining, installing and configuring the missing components.
    • Supported Operating System

      Windows 7, Windows Phone, Windows Vista Service Pack 2

        • Microsoft Windows Vista® operating system (x86 and x64) with Service Pack 2 (all editions except Starter Edition) or Microsoft Windows 7 (x86 and x64) (all editions except Starter Edition)
        • Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 Professional, Premium, or Ultimate edition
        • Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 SP1
        • Windows Phone 7.1 SDK
        • Silverlight for Windows Phone Toolkit
        • Microsoft Internet Information Services (IIS) 7.0
        The Visual Studio solution uses features such as unit testing and folders, which are not currently available on Visual Studio Express.
        To run the unit tests, you will also need:
        • Silverlight unit test framework for Windows Phone
        • Moq for .NET 4
        If you want to run the full version of the sample, which uses a Windows Azure service to provide the data and authentication services to the device, you must also install the following:
        • Windows Azure Tools for Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 (version 1.6)
        • Windows Identity Foundation
        1. Click the 'Download Now' link to commence the download.
        2. Save the file to your hard drive.
        3. The samples are packaged as a self-extractable zip file. When run, you'll have to accept the End User Licensing Agreement to proceed.
        4. After accepting the license, files will be extracted to chosen destination.
        5. The samples will require the Windows Phone 7.1 SDK to work. You can use the "CheckDependencies" command batch file to identify potential missing components in your system. Running the CheckDependencies command batch file is optional. It is not an installer.
        6. Open "readme.txt" file for extra details.

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